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Latinos in Sports

December 2012 Archives

Timberwolves Deny Rumors of Rubio Playing Friday, Any Trade Plans for Pau Gasol

Timberwolves Deny Rumors of Rubio Playing Friday, Any Trade Plans for Pau Gasol

The president of basketball operations at the Minnesota Timberwolves denied Friday that the club is trying to engineer a trade with the Los Angeles Lakers for Pau Gasol. continue reading »

Shakira Shares First Image of Baby, Posts Ultrasound

Shakira Shares First Image of Baby, Posts Ultrasound

On Thursday, Shakira's boyfriend, Piqué tweeted the ultrasound of their growing baby. Shakira retweeted the image and the pair are clearly excited about being parents. continue reading »

Messi Only Suffering From Bruise After Collision on the Field

Messi Only Suffering From Bruise After Collision on the Field

Argentine phenom Lionel Messi said Thursday that though he feared the worst after a collision during FC Barcelona's Champions League match with Benfica, the injury turned out to be only a bruise. continue reading »

Hispanic Standout:  Sara Velez Becomes 1st Woman President of Puerto Rico’s Olympic Committee

Hispanic Standout:  Sara Velez Becomes 1st Woman President of Puerto Rico’s Olympic Committee

Sara Rosario Velez has become the first female president of the Puerto Rico Olympic Committee, or Copur, after former fencing star David Bernier stepped down from the post. continue reading »

Real Madrid Tops Atletico de Madrid 2-0

Real Madrid Tops Atletico de Madrid 2-0

Real Madrid upset Atletico de Madrid 2-0 in Liga Derbi soccer at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on Saturday night. continue reading »

Hector “Macho” Camacho Laid To Rest By Family and Fans

Hector “Macho” Camacho Laid To Rest By Family and Fans

Amid tears, applause, fainting and intense cold, controversial world boxing champion Hector "Macho" Camacho was buried Saturday in New York after a four-day vigil in Puerto Rico, his native country, and in the Big Apple where he grew up and won fame. continue reading »